You don’t get to experience major successes frequently. You shouldn’t. Otherwise you would stop valuing them. But you definitely need minuscule wins from where you can derive your energy from. Most people tend to overlook these wins – but once you start noticing them, at least once I started doing it, the level of optimism... Continue Reading →
2017 was a year full of surprises and transformation. It is only fitting that we reflect on all the things that we are thankful for, and wish did not change in 2018. 1. Family: We should all be thankful to our family, and say it out loud once in a while. I am deeply grateful to my... Continue Reading →
The Harvard Study of Adult Development has been working for the last 80 years to find out what makes an individual happy, and how to lead a healthy life. Money. Power. Status. Job Role. No, none of these.
Have you ever felt that you were driving down the road, and you knew exactly where the destination was and where to go for the next few kilometres, but after that you have absolutely no clue what lays ahead?
It is 4 AM right now in NYC (which has apparently become my sleep-time) and I feel overwhelmingly blessed to have the opportunity to be studying in a good school, where I get to learn something new every single day. The past month has been extremely productive – in terms of exploring new areas, forming... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, years pass faster than days. And weeks pass faster than hours. I can describe exactly what I did in the past one hour, but when someone asks me to do the same for the past week, I am at a loss. It’s been almost a month since I landed in New York City –... Continue Reading →
Over the next 15 – 20 minutes, I want you to clear your mind and not think of anything else apart from your dream of studying abroad and how to achieve it. Forget about your intern work, don’t think about your deadlines right now and instead take a moment to imagine where you want to... Continue Reading →